Question about Computer Monitors
My best guess is that the monitor is trying to display outside of it's range. Set the resolution, color depth and refresh rate to the lowest settings and see if you have the same problems. Also, change the cable to a known working cable and keep the length short, like 3' or less. If the image still shakes, then it is an internal problem that would most likely be too expensive to fix.
I assume you know how to change the settings in Windows, but if not post back and I will help.
Posted on Jul 15, 2008
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